From: Anthony Moore <email@example.com>
Subject: Your Payment
United Nations Assisted Program
Directorate of International Payment
United Nations Liaison Office Africa
This email is to notify you about the release of your outstanding payment which
is truly $4.7 million. The Federal Government scheduled a time frame to settle
all foreign debts which includes Contract/Inheritance etc. News had it that over
the past, numerous individual(s) who happen to be impostors (claiming to be
individuals, banks and organizations) are claiming to release numerous sums of
fund via numerous ways
Your file indicated X (extended unpaid value) showing that the real owner had
not shown up for the payment of the said fund which is valued at
US$4.7million You have two options to receive your payment which is either a
Pin Based ATM card or Certified Bank Draft.
You are advised to select one out of the two options on how you wish to receive
your $4.7 million. Your ATM card or Bank Draft will be shipped via
Shipping Company and would get to you within 2 to 3 working days at most.
DO NOT SEND MONEY TO ANYONE UNTIL YOU READ THIS:
The actual fees for shipping and Insurance for the ATM card or Bank Draft is
$351.87 but because Fedex have temporarily discontinued the C.O.D which gives
you the chance to pay when package is delivered for international shipping as
stated on their website:
We had to sign contract with them for bulk shipping which makes the fees reduce
from the actual $351.87 to $332.95 nothing more and no hidden fees of any sort!
You are advised to contact the UN officer responsible for the shipping of
either your Certified Bank Draft or ATM card with the following information for
shipping of your payment Bank Draft or ATM card.
Name: William Rubino
And provide him with
the following information:
Your full Name
Preferred Payment Method (Bank Draft or ATM)
He will provide you with instructions on how you are to make payment of the
$332.95 only for the shipping of your ATM card or Bank Draft.
Remember that you are not paying any fees extra no matter what.
UN African Envoy